NASA Visitor Center to Open Astronaut Training Attraction in 2018

Zenit rocket launches Angola’s long-awaited first satellite

Where did Mars’ water go? Maybe into the planet’s interior

NASA astronaut Bruce McCandless, who died Thursday, gave us one of the best space photos ever

Elon Musk shows off the Tesla Roadster that SpaceX will send beyond Mars

Cosmic Watch – A Time Traveller’s Delight

Haunted Again: Skull-Faced ‘Halloween Asteroid’ Returns in 2018

SpaceX to skip first stage landing for upcoming Iridium launch

Blue Origin a year away from crewed New Shepard flights

Who’s Out There?—Geologic Features Favoring Exolife

New Data From Mars Further Dampens Prospects for Life Around Red Dwarf Stars

Weightlessness and Its Effect on Astronauts

Deep Space and 3D Printing: What Does the Future Hold?

NASA Astronaut Bresnik and Crewmates Return to Earth From Space Station

Astronauts on the ISS will get to watch “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” in space

Rocket Lab scrubs Electron launch after last-second abort

What NASA’s simulated missions tell us about the need for Martian law

Asgardia Becomes the First ‘Nation’ to Have All of Its Territory In Space

Astronomers just discovered a supermassive black hole from the dawn of the universe

NASA expects commercial crew providers to achieve safety requirements

The First Asgardian Satellite is Now in Space

Boost for Odds of Life? Jupiter Moon Europa May Have Plate Tectonics

So, You’re Still Interested in Astronomy?

After 37 years, Voyager 1 has fired up its trajectory thrusters

SpaceX will use the first Falcon Heavy to send a Tesla Roadster to Mars, Elon Musk says

Deep Space Gateway key part of updated exploration roadmap

NASA approves use of previously-flown booster on next Dragon mission

International Space Station

We are basically positive that the Russians did not find alien bacteria in space

Contact lost with satellites after Soyuz launch

Astronaut Blood May Not Act Weird in Space After All

Curious Kids: Do astronauts get space sick when they travel from Earth to the International Space Station?

With “Mission 1” complete, Planet turns focus to data analysis

NASA’s Next Mars Lander Passes Big Test Ahead of May 2018 Launch

SpaceX aims to follow a banner year with an even faster 2018 launch cadence

Wow! 1st Interstellar Asteroid Is a Spinning Space Cigar

Private Spacesuit Undergoes Zero-G Testing to Prepare for Commercial Flights

NASA Launches NOAA Weather Satellite Aboard United Launch Alliance Rocket to Improve Forecasts

Here’s What a Volcano on Mars Looked Like to Mariner 9 in 1971

Who’s Out There?—Time To Get Real?

SpaceX Is Launching the Secret Zuma Mission Tonight: Watch It Live!

Earthquakes on Venus Could Be Detected by an Atmospheric Balloon

NASA Speeds Up Testing of Critical Orion Astronaut-Escape System

His Very Own Asteroid: Space Rock Named for Italian Astronaut

The Dream Chaser spacecraft has completed a successful free flight

Why living in space may require more than new technology

Weird Science Experiments Launching to Space Station Early Saturday: Watch Live

NASA’s next big rocket probably won’t fly until 2020

How Telemedicine Keeps Astronauts Safe

‘A New Space Age’ Summit to Explore Spaceflight’s Bright Future

NASA issues study contracts for Deep Space Gateway element

Peggy Whitson, who spent nearly 10 months in space, uses a device that evaluates ocular health. NASA

Brain Changes in Space Could Be Linked to Vision Problems in Astronauts

Space dust is stirring this star’s plasma soup

After nearly 20 years, the Space Station is getting a printer upgrade


Op-ed | The Deep Space Gateway as a cislunar port

SpaceX ties ULA’s annual launch record with 16th launch this year

SpaceX to Launch Korean Communications Satellite Today: Watch It Live

SpaceX Will Launch Another Used Dragon Capsule to Space Station Soon

Canadian astronomer spots ‘visitor’ from beyond our solar system

The atmosphere of Mars is approximately 96 percent carbon dioxide, but new research suggests that oxygen could be generated through plasma technology. NASA/JPL-Caltech SPACE Oxygen From Plasma Could Help Astronauts Breathe on Mars Developing a supply of oxygen on the Red Planet would help sustain a human colony on Mars — and generating it from plasma could be the answer.

Oxygen From Plasma Could Help Astronauts Breathe on Mars

NASA’s Astronaut Twins Study Shows How Spaceflight Changes Gene Expression

This is the absolute grossest thing about living in space

Mars Rover Curiosity Tests Rock Drill After 10-Month Wait

Sun-Like Star May Have Devoured 15 Alien Planets

International Space Station Crew Invites Public Along for Photographic Trip Around World

The place spacecraft go to die

Scientists Just Found the Perfect Spot to Build an Underground Colony on the Moon

Cassini’s Final Days Produced a Burst of Fresh Science

Space Spinner! Astronaut Shows What Fidget Spinners Do in Orbit

Who’s Out There? The Importance of Getting Real

NASA studying potential cooperation on Russian lunar science missions

SpaceX launches third pre-flown rocket with EchoStar-SES satellite, lands booster

International Space Station

What Did It Take to Build the International Space Station?

Space Station Astronauts Taking Spacewalk Today: Watch It Live

Astronaut Scholarship Foundation

Astronaut Scholarship Helps Students Envision Future in Space

What’s in a Name? SpaceX’s ‘BFR’ Mars Rocket Acronym Explained

Vice President Pence Pledges Renewed Lunar Focus for US Space Agency

60 years after Sputnik, Russia is lost in space

Methane Bursts May Have Helped Water Flow on Ancient Mars

ISS partners seek clarity on station’s long-term future

Water Ice Mystery Found at Martian Equator

Digging into the Great Beyond with Space Archaeology

Elon Musk proposes city-to-city travel by rocket, right here on Earth

Elon Musk: Rockets will fly people from city to city in minutes

Deep Space Gateway to Open Opportunities for Distant Destinations

Crewed Starliner test flight could slip to 2019

Blue Origin signs up third customer for New Glenn

Astronomers discover an asteroid is actually two — and that it’s also a comet

NASA honors ‘Hidden Figures’ inspiration with a new research facility

Regulus and it’s Rare Lunar Occultation

Students at National Air and Space Museum to Speak with Space Station Astronaut

Science-in-progress: Did the Bullet Cluster withstand scrutiny?

Debunking Planet Nibiru: Another Doomsday is Coming!

Cassini is gone. What comes next?

SpaceX Dragon Cargo Craft Splashes Down in Pacific Ocean

The History of the Orion Spacecraft

NASA’s Cassini probe has broken apart in Saturn’s atmosphere — ending its 20-year journey 14

Who’s Out There–It’s a Puzzlement

Three New Crew Members Arrive at International Space Station

Cassini: Saturn probe to set up death plunge

Virgin Galactic nearing powered SpaceShipTwo test flights

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